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person is. up 20%, don't be catfished. >> brenda: todd, bull or bear. >> i'm a bear, i like yahoo! they're gaining market share. >> brenda: you don't have to go on google. search for the best business block on tv because it continues in three, two, one. one... >> all right. the latest message from unions, kids, take a hike. is it any wonder some are telling union workers to do the same. welcome, i'm neil cavuto and fox on top of union barking the base, and new york city bus driver training 150,000 kids, and boeing engineers union, threatening to strike, not good timing, and the dreamliner keeps striking out. apparently also striking out union jobs. a new report showing nonunion manufacturing jobs jumping by 700,000, between 2010 and 2012. but the number of unions factory jobs, falling by 60,000, so, if the jobs are falling, and the unions latest actions, really helping? >> charles payne, dagen mcdowell, adam lashinsky, charlie gasperino, charles, what do you have. >> the numbers, you need a symbiotic relationship, for manufacturing, for instance, that's a long-term commitment. you don't want to stay it's going to take me five years to make it up, the unions walk out, have a strike, shake you down. and i think that's the big problem. the unions just only care about the unions. >> what do you make, dagen, of the fact that we had the right to work states seeing activity hiring soar? >> i think that's evidence of the kind of growth that right to work states produce. and a lot of this is the flexibility of work rules. that when you're really locked into what employees can do if you're a unionize the company, if not though, we're in very volatile times, economically. so when if business begins to wane a little bit. that you have greater flexibility, as a business operator to modify when people work, what jobs they do, if you're a union shop. you cannot do that. so, that's another reason to not unionize. >> neil: those are pretty stark numbers. >> and some of the highest unemployment in the nation is in the right to work state. south carolina, high unemployment. and not a total one for one correlation. in the tough economy-- >> but the union job growth much. >> i'm going to stick to topic, but i don't want people to think because it's a right to work state. i'm telling you, it's not. and for a guy that's been at a couple of protests and strikes, my dad was a union guy i'm a big supporter of unions, particularly private sector unions, not public sector unions. >> neil: that's the point on the message, is why we have a stark correlation between non-- nonunion factory jobs growing, and union factory jobs. >> in a tough economy those jobs pay more than the $3 an hour you get when you're a nonunion worker and those jobs get cut first. >> neil: adam, what do you think of that. >> well, i don't think it's any shocker, first of all, that as we've already been saying that there's been a shift. this shift has been going on for a long time. and we could, at some point we'll stick a fork in the unions because clearly, they're dwindling. having said that, there's also no shock that these organizations are going to act in their self-interest. we could do whole shows on other sectors of the economy that do in their best interest, washington, wall street, i don't know, television broadcasters. we shouldn't expect anything, but the union to try to get the deal for their employees. >> neil: if they're not doing that, okay, and i don't know where you took that conversation, but they're not doing that and again, that declines in jobs, then if you don't have to be, you know, warner von braun to try to want to build another option. >> it's not to say that they're not getting results, by the way. they're not getting enough results or getting the best results. >> neil: and 60,000 fewer jobs versus 700,000 for nonunion factory jobs. >> they may be competing for a smaller piece of the pie, but you know, tell the union employees who have better contracts as a result of the negotiations that their leadership has done, you know, they shouldn't try so hard. >> neil: charles payne what, do you think. >> adam says they're-- they are getting results, but they're terrible results and it's -- listen. >> neil: what are these terrible pay backs and the price to be had, to charlie's point that the jobs you gain are cheaper paying jobs. >> i think it was camden, new jersey last year, they had an opportunity, the unions did, to create the package with the city that would have allowed more rookie cops, but instead they protected the pay of the senior guys. >> those are public sector unions. >> those are public sector unions to your point. but my point is though, that if these unions aren't smart enough to understand that sometimes it takes a little bit of sacrifice upfront-- >> and they're-- they see themselves by striking -- you basically have the entire population of new york city, thanks for stranded our kids, and with the school bus, the driver's strike and also look at hostess. who put hostess out of business, right? it's being liquidated now, it was a-- >> you know, a lot of that is the management. >> it's always a combination, always a combination. >> let me say this, do you think that they're serving their pr well, when they do strike in the city and leave 50,000, you know, handicapped kids wanting for a ride or threaten to strike in the middle of the dreamliner nightmare. they seem tone deaf at least in that regard? >> and by the way, they all operate independently, i don't think there's just one person at the top of the private-public sector union scale saying don't do this. they do in their self-interest and-- >> well, they take their cues-- >> i think the n.r.a. shot themselves, a ridiculous metaphor, for some of its recently. they're independent unions and feel they have to do this. >> you think it's tone deaf, but the folks that reach out and say we justifiably need this, this is about justice and doing this and hurting their cause, aren't they? >> what else do they have. >> neil: what do you think of that, adam, what else do they have? >> that's been my point. i mean, they're fighting for a dwindling share here. so, the alternative-- >> by ticking everybody off, right? >> no, by the way, charles said that they need to make sacrifices. unions have made sacrifices over and over. if you look at concessions they've made in the auto industry, for example, they've made concessions, they've worked-- >> adam, adam. >> they're doing pretty well. >> adam, they make concessions after too late. in other words, they didn't make the concessions as the thing was falling apart. after all the wheels have come off, then they say, hey, by the way-- >> that is a perfect example. the auto industry, the private sector union overstepping and destroying a business. and you know, if it wasn't for the largest of government, you know, they would have to give back a lot more, pre-packaged bankruptcy. it's a lot like hostess, there's no one cause of the demise of any of these companies or industries. the american auto industry did not decline solely because of the unions. >> yeah but those come on-- >> huge reasons and-- >> the hostess' problems, a huge part of that was the unions. put it this way, the pr by some of these union moves like this school bus drivers strike have been so bad they should be asking lance armstrong for advice. that's how bad it is. >> that's bad. >> what's worse the pr for the unions in new york city, the bus-- or the n.r.a.'s pr? >> no, let's compare that to the teachers strike, the teachers strike is-- >> the n.r.a., which is attacking president obama for, you know, for having guards around his kids. is that worse than what they are doing, they're fighting for a wage. >> he just drove the car in the ditch. >> he doesn't care. but i (laughter) i want you to take a look at this. >> this is a great organization, great tradition, great history, he's enthusiastic. forward thinking and a team-builder, bottom line, he's a true leader. >> neil: these guys aren't charged up for the new football coach for the san diego charger, they're charged over-- they're charged up for the inauguration, and go to fox news and switch over to fox business, and we're going to have a drinking game. every time you hear the word swear-- a long day. but up next, call the doctor for the media. a major supporter for the the president's health care law hosting a forum how journalism, ie, gasperino, should be covering the health care law. we report you must decide. uhh, actually... eddie continues singing: to tickets to... paradiiiiiise! no four. remember? whoooa whooaa whooo! you know ronny, folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. and how happy are they jimmy? happier than eddie money running a travel agency. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >> we're live from america's news headquarters, hi, i'm jamie colby. you know the controversial airport scanners that leave nothing to the imagination, they're being scrapped by the t st. a. the agency saying the scanners that use a low dose x-ray will be gone by june because the company that makes them can't fix the privacy issues, the government initially stepped up its use of the body scanners after a man snuck explosives on to a flight bound for detroit that happened on christmas day in 2009. and the crisis averted in washington over the debt ceiling standoff, at least for now. house republicans expected to vote on wednesday, to raise the debt limit for another three months. the g.o.p. says the move would give both chambers of congress time to pass a federal budget. if one isn't passed they'll try to prevent members of congress from getting paid. i'm jamie colby, i'll send you back to cavuto on business. see new 30 minutes. >> well, doctor, doctor, give me the news, and a private efficacy group in support of the health care laws is now hosting a tax section with journalists on the best way to cover the president's health care law, offering what they're calling specialized education in health care reporting. charlie gasperino. >> i can't wait to sign up, dude. (laughter) >> isn't that weird and that anyone would sign up for, i'm sorry we got it wrong. >> any, any journalists that signs up for this should be thrown out of the industry immediately and taking-- i'm trying to take it seriously. it's so stupid it's unbelievable. i'm going to pass this to adam. >> adam, what-- (laughter) >> i'm going to try to explain. part of this they think there's bad report ong this because the reporters don't know what's in the law and they want to give them the straight skinny right from the folks who wrote it. what do you make of that? >> normally, on journalistic issues charlie and i are in lockstep. i disagree with you, if you're a reporter covering the intricacies of this extremely complicated legislation and regulation, you have nothing to lose by going to a forum hosted by advocates. >> how about getting brain washed. >> brain washed? >> adam with all due respects. >> let me finish my point. >> neil: let adam finish the point, go ahead. >> you go into the room, you know the people are advocates for it and they're for it it and explain why it's a good thing. >> can you imagine george bush-- >> and you learn. >> can you imagine george bush having a symposium, why it's-- on how to cover the iraq war or something? this is so-- >>, but the administration did try it clarify that all the evidence it had at the time showed there were weapons of mass destruction, and meeting with forums of journalists trying to make clear there wasn't-- >> and a hostile thing and-- >> is there any difference here, charles payne? >> there is a difference because i happen to think that when they go into the room that adam is talking about, not only the presenters will be advocates and so will the participants. >> the secret service agents and-- >> media, because they're in with obama, and we've come so far, every magazine, every newspaper i see, they've come out of the chos set on anti-capitalism, anti-republican, anti-god. they were the-- >> no, no, adam. >> and it's so bad. >> a lot of this is part of being a journalist, you have to know if you're being spun. how many times has-- >> how many times, i don't know, there are plenty of really good journalists out there, the lance armstrong thing, how many times did adam, charlie, some pr guy-- >> and why on health care. >> neil: let her say it. >> let me finish before i backhand you. >> please do. >> neil: let her say it! >> go ahead, dagen. >> we've gotten the phone call or the e-mail saying let me take you to coffee and now the person has an agenda. so, if you go in there, as long as you know that. >> and that's a huge difference between a private one-on-one with a source. >> which is a little more-- >> which is so much better than going to a-- >> i wasn't talking about-- >> if somebody wants to meet with me privately and tell me stuff that's a good thing. if you want to put me in a room with a munch of journalists and teach me about health care, that's propaganda. >> you know, you would go. >> i would not go, because i don't have time in the day to go. >> you know why you would go, if it was egregious you would do a story on it, how laughable it was. >> maybe, maybe. >> neil: charles payne, would you go. >> i wouldn't go. i think that most of these guys-- >> what do you think a weekend business show on it? >> after this, no. >> neil: i'm beginning to think-- >> why do you need to go to the stupid thing to learn about the law? >> talking to charles. >> it's out there. >> you think it's a waste of time? >> come on. >> listen, honestly i think they're going to-- >> that's the funniest thing, the devils advocate is funny here. >> neil: i'd need more than coffee. >> and i'm glad you said that, not me. >> need a little bit on the arm. >> neil: and a good idea like on the same page, apparently, apparently, the president's health care law doesn't go far enough. it's kind of like doing the shimmer, the floor wax and a dessert topping. and now, some democrats are pushing some complete government-run health care to reduce the debt. i kid you not. the forbes gang on top of all of that at the top of the hour. up next, here, did coke cave to the food police? why the anti-obesity ad is stirring a think fat debate. do the companies need to do this or do people need to take responsibility for themselves? . >> give us a super squish, one made entirely out of syrup. >> an all syrup super squishy? such a thing has never been done. >> just make it happen. >> oh, oh, dear. >> coming up, think about trying to diet. the message from coke's anti-obesity ad campaign. someone here says the message is flat and it's time for >> >> many of our beverages have low or no calories and over the last years has helped across the industry products in the u.s. by about 22%. we've created smaller portion control sizes for our most popular drinks and have them at about 90% of the country by the end of this year. >> neil: i don't know about you, but if i want the full calorie version i'm not getting a small. that's the thing. that was part of the new anti-obesity ad from coke. charles, you're not. >> coke doesn't make you fat. mcdonald's don't make you fat. guns don't commit crimes. >> neil: guns make you-- >> and cars don't run red light, it's about people, people, people, people, and we've got-- >> the people. >> because you can't control yourself maybe we can high pressure you out and give you a little can. the bottom line. >> neil: i think do protest too much. >> people get addicted to heroin and-- >> by the way, i like the ad. >> full disclosure, my brother-in-law, sold vitamin water to coca-cola and one of the principals at vitamin water. and it's a crummy drink, filled with sugar. they make vitamin water zero now, get out of town. >> and the point to make the decision-- >> your point though i don't think is right. like this ad because coke is stepping up to say, listen, you know what, all calories count. it's not just sugary sodas that make people fat and trying to be their own spokesman instead of letting mayor bloomberg do it for them. >> neil: i didn't mind that aspect. it reminded people, the food police to remind them as much as we're vilified. we have plenty of choices, go for the sugary coke, adam 0-the zero water, i'm drowning in water, whatever the hell it is. but-- >> should charles be embracing this ad? it's a good example of the upside of capitalism. the down side is that there's sugary drinks, it's a nice drink, but people drink too much of it and the pendulum swung too far in one direction and the food police and others say, too much of this is bad for you and coke said, you know what? you're right. we're going to remind people. >> neil: they didn't say you're right. they didn't say you're right. i love you dearly, they didn't say get off my back and we'll get you water. >> and people out there can buy two instead of-- >> did you see the little can? when i see that can, now we-- it's that big and and i will say this, we should talk about the food police. think about why mayor bloomberg is doing what he did with the container sizes. new york city had socialized medicine and think of the health problems among people that go to the city hospital, my brother was in the emergency room in one of those in bellevue and over weight and in bad health and-- >> and going to be subsidizing-- >> and doesn't drink any crap. >> and charlie, the problem with the whole thing, you give people food stamps, wic, welfare and let them buy soda with it and worry about them going to the hospital 40 years later. >> neil: and dagen, real quick. >> finally coke is defending itself and saying, hey, don't just look at us. >> neil: you're the wrong person. we need to talk to someone fat-- i want to thank dagen, want to thank charlie. and even with a strong market more people actually pulling money out of mutual funds last year. and now our gang has the pick, no matter what happens. what are you doing? 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is. >> tonight at 9:00. breaking news. right before the nfc championship game. san francisco forty-niner accused of sexual assault. >> also tonight. what happened inside the building as workers are taken hostage in algier. story people who made it out alive. >>> and where are the waves? tonight the conditions we found at one of the world best surfing spot with renowned mavericks competition [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant >> live breaking news. >> that breaking news has to do with this man. forty-niner michael crabtree. tonight the wide receiver is reportedly under investigation. good evening. right before the nfc championship game sunday there are reports tonight that crabtree is under investigation for sexually assaulting a woman. incorporating to the san francisco chronicle police have interviewed the 49ers star wide receiver. let's go straight to sports anchor collin and what a bomb shell and again right before the gam game. >>reporter: it certainly is. we can only speculate at this point the sort of distraction it will be for the team. you are heading that the biggest game of the year. spot in the superbowl on the line and then you get this sort of news. this is video. crew shot less than an hour ago. team arriving at the hotel in atlanta. kind of see crabtree walking through right there as mentioned the san francisco police department is investigating alleges of sexual assault against the frainer wide receiver. special victim unit looking into an alleged assault in san francisco hotel early this past sunday morning just hours after crabtree caught 9 passes for 119 yards and 2 touch downs in 45-31 win over green bay. crabtree interviewed with his lawyer present. he fully cooperated. important to mention he was not detain. he was not arrested. and he agreed to make himself available to investigators in the future. less than half hour ago niners general manager trent released this statement we are awhich are of the alleys against michael and understand that he is fully cooperated with the authorities. 49ers take such matters very seriously. >> good news. from team standpoint no media access tomorrow what sovrment distraction wise they are on the road. first chance reporters have to talk to cb tree after sunday game in the locker room. that's if they even make him available in the locker room. they can get him in there hold the team in there for 15 minutes. crabtree out of there. >> professional football players but this certainly must be some kind of a distraction to the team i would think. >> i would think so especially we don't know when the rest of the team might have known about this. maybe it has been a couple days or maybe they are just finding out about it as we are. as they arrive in atlant atlanta. but one thing i weren't to mention about crabtree and sort of person. >> yes you have spoken with him a number of times. >> at least with the immediate y.very shy. very reserved. even i hope to verted at times. makes it hard for to us get to know the guy. most you approach in the locker engage new conversation. that's not what crabtree is leak. that's nothing against him. that's just the sort of person that he is. >> all right. smoo later on in spoyvrments new information tonight dealing with san francisco we learned that mirkarimi neighbor has filed defamation lawsuit stemming from the domestic violence case between the sheriff and his wife. that incident tack place open new year's eve of 2011. his wife alloweded her neighbor to videotape the bruised arm. madison reported the incident and mirkarimi suspended for months. the sheriff later pleaded guilty to false imprisonment and later instated but he criticized madison for contacting police and now is the subject of this civil suit. >> man convicted of killing ex girl friend working at the richmond san rafael bridge says he feels no remorse. 49-year-old nathan sentenced to death today for the murder of deborah ross and chuck everett n.2009 he shot the two at toll booth at the richmond san rafael bridge. he says he shot them because he thought they had become romantically involved. >> over seas now. hostage drama still playing out in algerian desert with americans attacked by terrorists with ties to al qaeda. here's secretary of state rbing. >> i spoing with the prime minister again this morning. i urged the utmost care be taken in the pro ex texas of the hostages. >> u.s. officials said algerian hostage situation. the army there is still trying to end the very dangerous show down that began early wednesday and tonight harrowing stories from those who manage to get out alive. martha has the story. >> we now know one american has been killed. family has been notified as the bloody assault intensifies. algerian forces are moving in trying to end this stand off with the terror group once and for all. >> deadly mission gas plant rippingd with explosive by the hostage tears not to mention all that gas. it's a dangerous mix. image tonight on arab tv of the carnage. numbers fluidment one report saying 12 hostages killed and more than a °of the terrorists. aside from the one american who was killed a small number of other americans believed to be at the facility are unaccounted for. but american officials send a strong message. >> those who would attack our country and our people will have no place to hide. >>reporter: once militant storm the can complex they smashed did you know the door of the residential building. in a hunt for americans and other foreigners. another witness described to the "new york times"terrorist shooting a european in the back while other hostages watched. steven mcfall of ire lapped reportedly described to his family how he escaped. kidnapper had him in a convoy of vehicle when the algerian army bombed him. the car was hit but in the chaos he made a run for it along with others. >> graduate to be out. pirjs other workers who managed to escape this terrible ordeal are now here in europe at military base or on their way in u.s. military aircraft but so many others are unaccounted for. this is news from rome. >> san jose and oakland international airport are rae moving those body scan that's produce a naked image of air travelers. x-ray scanners raised privacy concerns medley after they were introduced. congress issued an order either fix them or remove them by this june. tsa says the company that makes the scanners was not able to come up with a software fix to make the scanner comply with the congressional map date so away they go. >> let's talk about the weather for a second. it's beautiful outside but the water is a little treacherous on the ocean there. high surf advisory. sandhya is here to tell us what is going on. >> yes. we are talking about as well as that are very powerful coming our way right now i show you live doppler 7 hd and skies clear. few clouds off the coast lean but won't bouts. here's what we are concerned b.the waves will be building and there is a beach hazard statement for the entire coast line from the north bay coast to monterey bay. dangerous sneaker wave. stay away from the water edge and avoid slippery rock. beach hazard through saturday morning. beginning saturday 10:00 a.m. high surf advisory gets put up and runs until sunday at 4:00 p.m. they don't seem like a big deal at 3 feet but when the long as well as come they build and we are expecting northwest swell up to 20 feet. so large breaking waves and strong rip current are certainly a possibility. i'll be back with a full look at the weekend forecast and when we might see the potential for some rain. >> okay thanks very much. >> the waves are calm now but that is going to change as zappedia suggest. surf advisory produce pretty big waves particularly for the mavericks surf contest this weekend. it should give them some dramatically large waves to ride. tonight thomas explains how they can tell that those big rides are coming. >> this view from the pillar point show as fairly calm sale. this is mavericks area. this calm won't last long acing to jeff clark the founder of the world famous sevsh surfing competition. looking at satellite forecast model of the 20 to 30 foot swell xhpd to hit sunday. >> i can go 6 hours ahead and you cap see this start to move towards our coast. >>reporter: storm in japan 4 days ago away is what makes clark excited about sunday competition. >> they will put these guys on their edge. they will have to bring a game to surf these waves. >>reporter: last competent competition in 2010. 24 come here to compete in the magnificent event. unfortunately some wipe out spectacularly. >> this is a dream of mine since i was a boy and it's coming true. >>reporter: 30-year-old ben wilkinson competing first time this yeevrment he has been sur surfing since he was a toddler and now gets to surf with his hero. competition attracts tens of thousands of people but this year nobody gets to good out to the beach because of this wave washed ashore in 2010 wiping out and injuring more than a dozen people this year we have plans in place to limit the access to the beach. and just make ate safer environment for the spectator. >>reporter: in the parking lot of the hotel speck take tovrs able to watch competition live spectators expected for the event will bring an economic boost to half moon bay. she set up tawvr boat since nobody can two to the beach. >> i have left the smallest boats and they want the most money so you would have to pay 500 dollars. >>reporter: in princeton by the sea, 7 news. >> shawb good weekend for surfing down 30. much more to get to this friday night. new claims lance armstrong did not tell the the truth last night in his interview with oprah. mr. lies perhaps? >> plus mike is in atlanta and tonight he does a little realtime closed captioning provided by uscaptioning provided by uscaptioning company. íáf- >> up up away 49ers boarded the charter jet today in san jose. arrived in atlanta short time alaska. 49ers go through the final preparation tomorrow for sunday big nfc championship game. sunday winner goes on to the superbowl of course. abc 7 news reporter wayne spent the day with the frainers as they practiced in santa clara. >> time san francisco 49ers boarded their team plane this afternoon they had already put in a busy day by anyone standards. trying to keep to the a routine but everyone kno knows better. especially their young quarterback. >> i mean it's going to be the same routine we always do. just going to be in atlanta, not here. >>reporter: as if practicing for nfc championship game doesn't ahead just a bit more intensity, as if forty-niner faithful always arrive outside team head quarter at 6:45 this morning. they did. tailgate party of 4. >> 6 now. join us. >> capernic. >> after last weekend triumph against green bay the niners gained some respect again. since the record breaking win quarterback caperneck appeared on the cover of "sports illustrated". niners new darling. the coach unphased. >> people said is in things about us. that's nice. cover "sports illustrated". very nice thing. says very nice thing about our team. put in the frame put it up on the wal wall. something nice about you but doesn't change anything about what our job is. >> today that job was packingment and preparing. and if you believe in good omen, here's a weird one. during locker room interview i learned that center jonathan gwynn has a cough. bad cough or maybe a good cough if you have a superstitious cough. >> excuse me. >> he doesn't have the flu dos dose. >> no. i have had this cough for 3 weeks. i can't get rid of it. sorry. >> clearly. >> keep the cough maybe it's good luck. >> hopefully.so ever since i had it we win so hopefully. >> keep the cough another couple week. >> if need be. >> you heard it here first. john harbaugh who coaches the rave whons will be playing for the afc championship this weekend have they discussed the possibility of possibly facing each other in the superbowl? again long answer from coach harbaugh he said. >> no. from san jose, abc 7 news. >> now abc 7 news sports reporter mike already in atlanta and he spent the day doing a little capernecking. >> 1 2, 3. >> atlanta prepares to host the 49ers in sunday nfc title game not only 2 different teams, we have 2 different touch down celebrations. dirty bird made popular back in the 90's in atlanta. falcons t.the bird. >> can you do the dirty bird for us. give me a little sample. lick. that you know. >> you remember the dirty bird. >> yes. >>reporter: could you do it. i could not do it but i do have the cd at home. >> i don't know how it goes. could you nrp around like a chicken but i don't think that's the dirty bird. >> while the 49ers latest touch downed trend is capernecking. do you know what capernecking is. >> no i don't. is that a danc dance. >> when he does anything successful he likes to kiss his bicep. could you caperneck for us e.okay let's see. pull this up. that would be your forear forearm. do you think maybe he is doing a lot of capernecking against the falcons. >> no. i don't think so. i think we have a game plan. we'll stop him. >> you must be taking some grief being a forty-niner fan with this game coming up against the falcons. >> definitely have been. i almost got jumped in the lunch room but that being the case i still wore my frainer hat and lacking for caperneck to bring it home for us. >> maybe do a little capernec capernecking for us. can you do it. >> sure. there you have it. let's hope collin is doing a the lo of capernecking sunday against the falcons. reporting in atlanta, abc 7 news. >> sunday game will be played at the georgia dome in atlanta. more than 70,000 people will pack the stadium. bunch up in seats and jostling for food. good view time. as flu season heats up as many as 20,000 americans get sick, stadium can be a good place to get sick. do the math. that means a lot of potentially infected football fans. look at the danger zone if somebody sneeze sneezes. drop let can spread 6 feet in packed crowd. more than a dozen people could be in harm way as a result. and the risk is the greatest from the smallest among us. child sneesz cap spread millions of virus particle 10 times more than an adult because adults have a more developed immune system. and tonight the center for disease control declared the flu outbreak epidemic an says it has now spread to california. >> tonight flu clinic at washington hospital in fremont is hoping to stop the flu dead in its track. more tonight from 7 news reporter nick smit smith. 4-year-old sophia is not having a good time. watch her squirm and wiggle and hear her scream. but in the end she got her flu shot. flu epidemic begin and spread to adults from younger children. this clinic washington hospital in fremont is one of many working to stop the spread of the flu. >> this is the worst stranded they have seen in a long time. >>reporter: rumor about the virus. >> i text add few girlfriend asked if they got the flu shot before i came if here. i don't get it i don't want to get sic sick. he have time you get it you get sick but it's worse if you get the flu. >>reporter: officials say the flu season is especially severe. children are particularly vulnerable. today the cdc reported 9 pediatric death in the second week of january. >> flu starts in fall and goes to early spring but squan and february are actually the worst months for the flu. >>reporter: of the more than 12,000 specimen tested and reported to the cdc 29 percent positive for the flu. dr. dr. adams says pneumonia and flu death are above the threshold and cause for concern. >> last year we weren't that the level so we are seeing higher number of cases than usual. and ichltd cause for alaivrment is for concern and great reason to go out and get the flu vaccine. >>reporter: the report show the flu is also hitting the elderly hard. nearly half of those hospitalized because of the flu were over the age of 6 65. she says she has no plans to be among those getting sick. >> weather is so cold and we want to make sure we didn't get the flu. >> walgreens is one area drugstore. cc f vs another providing flu shots throughout the flu season. there are other places around the bay area where you can get the flu shot. for complete list go to our web site. we have it there at abc 7 news.com. this is 7 news. >> go back and get the full accu-weather forecast. spencer is off. sandhya is here. >> yes dan. it's going to be one good looking weekend. check out live doppler 7 hd and skies are pretty clear. few cloud. not too far off the coast line but we are not expecting those to move in. high clouds are pretty much all moving through and out of here. 34 right now in fairfield. it's getting close to dew point which is measure of the moisture in the air. may see fog as we head natural morning hours. 40's around the north bay. parts of the east bay but check out the coast. in the mid 50's right now so it is going to be mild near the coas coast. rough surf this weekend. spare the air again tomorrow and we look at mild afternoon heading into next week. tomorrow morning make sure you have an extra layer on. it will be cold. temperatures bottoming out. 29 in fairfield. and santa rosa. 30 nap a.34 in vallejo. in the freezing zone at least for concord near freezing. 38 san jose. low to mid 40's around oakland san francisco. spare the air has been declared for your saturday. this will be the fourth consecutive spare the air for tomorrow. seventh of the season. poor air quality north bay. coast central bay we look at moderate air quality across the rest of the bay area. really need a strong wind to stir things up to get better air quality in here. not happening just yet. high pressure strong ridge dominating the pacific here. that will bring us some mild sunny weather of the weekend and heat ing into early next week but this is the storm that is generating the large long period swell so be careful throughout if you are going to head to the coast with weather lick this. 66 degrees tomorrow afternoon in half moon bay. 65 san francisco. 67 in santa rosa. head out to oakland fremont mid 60's. vallejo 64. fairfield 63. a little pit hazy at times. 62 antioch. 66 in sap jose. monterey bay mild conditions as well. 7000 in santa cruz. skein watsonville. 72 degrees in salinas. sure doesn't feel like winter. here's accu-weather 7 day forecast. mild pattern through the weekend and early next wee week. we will have a rough surf especially sunday. make sure you stay away from the edge of the coast line there. don't want to get too close especially with the big waves building. slight chance of rain. cooler weather. wednesday and again on friday daichbility but until then i ty bask if the sun and enjoy the weather. >> spring like. >> it did. temperatures well above normal. >> thank you very much. >> coming up. did lance armstrong help or hurt himself in his0 view with oprah? >> was he really telling the truth this time? that story next stay here with that story next stay here with >> lance armstrong admitted last night to oprah he used performance enhancing drug in winning many cycling competition but now new alleges that is armstrong is still not telling the whole truth. that story tonight from abc news reporter neal karl. >> lance armstrong goal in talking about open are was a shot at redemption, he may have just taken a big step backward. >> i view this situation as one big lie. that i repeat add lot of times. >>reporter: but federal investigators say even now he is still lying. one of t
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. parker to a wide open danny green. 95-88 is the final. warriors have now lost 28 straight games in san antonio. >>> the giants avoided arbitration with two of their stars agreeing to one-year deals. buster posey and hunter pence. hunter pence signed a deal worth 13.8 million. >>> finally, this is 21-month- old owen. this is not trick editing. he's sinking his putts left and right. of course, i'm sure we'll see him on the tour in about 15 years. >> that was tiger woods. >>> we'll be right back. for over 60,000 california foster children nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i miss my old school. i miss my room. i don't want special treatment. i just wanna feel normal. to help, sleep train is collecting pajamas for foster children, big and small. bring your gift to any sleep train and help make a foster child's night a little cozier. not everyone can be a foster parent but anyone can help a foster child. >>> david letterman is next with kevin bacon. >> speaking of bacon, i was thinking about that guy's recipe with th
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to bed. parker to a wide open danny green. 95-88 is the final. warriors have now lost 28 straight games in san antonio. >>> the giants avoided arbitration with two of their stars agreeing to one-year deals. buster posey and hunter pence. hunter pence signed a deal worth 13.8 million. >>> finally, this is 21-month- old owen. this is not trick editing. he's sinking his putts left and right. of course, i'm sure we'll see him on the tour in about 15 years. >> that was tiger woods. >>> we'll be right back. get beautyrest, posturepedic even tempur-pedic mattress sets at low clearance prices. and through monday get 3 years interest-free financing on selected models. don't miss sleep train's year end clearance sale. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> david letterman is next with kevin bacon. >> speaking of bacon, i was thinking about that guy's recipe with the sausage. are you going to try that this week? i wrote it down. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from the heart of broadway broadcasting across the nation and around the world it's the "late show" with david lette
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